Mary Ann Stackhouse
Knoxville
(865) 546-4646 VCARD
Stackhouse

Mary Ann Stackhouse is a shareholder with a broad range of jury and non-jury litigation experience.

In Tennessee, her litigation work has been in the areas of transportation and tort defense, civil rights and employment defense, public education issues and public access cases in state and federal court. Ms. Stackhouse has argued cases to the Tennessee Court of Appeals and Supreme Court, the Alabama Court of Appeals and Supreme Court, and the Sixth and Eleventh Circuit Courts of Appeal.

Her practice in Alabama included the prosecution and defense of civil rights cases, personal injury, products liability and felony prosecution and ...

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Mary Ann Stackhouse is a shareholder with a broad range of jury and non-jury litigation experience.

In Tennessee, her litigation work has been in the areas of transportation and tort defense, civil rights and employment defense, public education issues and public access cases in state and federal court. Ms. Stackhouse has argued cases to the Tennessee Court of Appeals and Supreme Court, the Alabama Court of Appeals and Supreme Court, and the Sixth and Eleventh Circuit Courts of Appeal.

Her practice in Alabama included the prosecution and defense of civil rights cases, personal injury, products liability and felony prosecution and defense.  For many years, Ms. Stackhouse served as Adjunct Faculty for the University of Tennessee College of Law, teaching Pre-Trial Litigation and Case Development and was the recipient of the 2001 Outstanding Adjunct Teacher Award from the College of Law.

Ms. Stackhouse served in the Knox County Law Director’s office from November, 1995 until August, 2008, first as a Deputy Law Director, and then, as Chief Deputy.  While there Ms. Stackhouse defended civil rights, tort and employment claims in federal and state courts, with a focus on defending law enforcement.  She also drafted and negotiated health insurance, construction and architect contracts. Ms. Stackhouse prepared requests for proposals and qualifications, evaluation of bids, and gave advice to elected officials and department heads.   She has experience litigating matters involving the Open Meetings Act and the Public Records Act.

AFFILIATIONS

  • Tennessee Bar Association
  • Knoxville Bar Association
  • Knoxville Bar Foundation

PROFESSIONAL HONORS AND ACTIVITIES

  • Named to The Best Lawyers in America©, Medical Malpractice Law – Defendants
  • City of Knoxville Business Advisory Council
  • Named a Cityview Magazine Top Attorney
  • Outstanding Adjunct Teacher Award, University of Tennessee College of Law, 2001
  • Knoxville Bar Association 2002 Dicta Award
  • Member Emeritus and Past President, Hamilton Burnett Inns of Court
  • Member, Advisory Board to the Lincoln Memorial University College of Law in Knoxville
  • Member, Omicron Delta Kappa
  • Recipient, Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award for service and scholarship

 

 

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